Miscellaneous Papers

Scope and Content

Miscellaneous papers of George Harry Grey (1765-1845), 6th Earl of Stamford, consist of: a blank school exercise or rough book, 1780 (EGR4/2/12/1); two lists of books at Dunham Massey, 1786 (EGR4/2/12/2); an account of a violent hailstorm, 1797 (EGR4/2/12/3); a bundle of papers containing particulars of trees at Dunham Massey and elsewhere, 1791-1831 (EGR4/2/12/4); notes on Delamere Forest and the manor of Timperley, c.1812-5 and c.1820 (EGR4/2/12/5-6); an extract from a newspaper on the value of the potato in fattening cattle, 1821 (EGR4/2/12/7); a letter enclosing a proof bookplate, 1822 (EGR4/2/12/8); a bundle of lists of guests at Dunham Massey, 1825-42 (EGR4/2/12/9); a note on a model cow, 1826 (EGR4/2/12/10); a note on Lyme Park, 1833 (EGR4/2/12/11); a business card, 1836 (EGR4/2/12/12); furnishing samples for Dunham Massey and Enville, 1838 (EGR4/2/12/13); a note of cloth and sheets for Enville, 1842 (EGR4/2/12/14); a list of prints, undated (EGR4/2/12/15); and a pocket account book for expenditure on prints, undated (EGR4/2/12/16).